Links: Mental Health

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UPLIFTING VIDEO ON HAVING HOPE

BETTER MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH FAITH – YAQEEN INSTITUTE WEBINAR RECORDING

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PAUSE – MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT DROP IN CENTRE (BIRMINGHAM)

MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES FROM A MUSLIM PERSPECTIVE

MENTAL HEALTH NATIONAL ORGANISATION: MIND

DON’T RELY ON SPIRITUALITY TO CURE MENTAL ILLNESS

 

IMG_20150812_104139  MUSLIM MEN’S MENTAL HEALTH – the trouble with toxic masculinity

 

IMG_20150812_104139  MEN – A GUIDE TO HEALING YOURSELF

ME AND MY MIND (community mental health team OASIS resource. It is for young people (14-35) at especially high risk of developing psychosis within two to three years. As such, we provide a two year package of care, comprising quick access to psychological therapies, key working and medical consultation. These interventions have been found to reduce the transition to psychosis by up to 50%.

THE SOUTH ASIAN PEER SUPPORT GROUP (LOCAL TO BRENT, NW LONDON)

RESTORE

Mental health Training including coping strategies for panic attacks. Restore is an Oxfordshire mental health charity supporting people in their recovery from mental health issues and our main site is on the Cowley road in Oxford. We believe that by using training as an indirect/impersonal way of raising the subject of mental ill-health, will create a “ripple effect” of understanding about mental health issues which will achieve our goal of having a deeper and more effective reach into diverse communities. Therefore, the Ripple Project is a free of charge training offered to ethnic minorities and refugees, with a philanthropic purpose to raise public awareness on mental health issues and shatter de-stigmatisation.